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어 내크 러 니 점 2, 시대착오
adj. anachronistic
어 낼 러 쥐 2, 유사점 To say having an allergy[앨 러 쥐 1] feels like being bitten by an alligator would be to make or draw an analogy between an allergy and an alligator bite."That analogy doesn't hold up."
애 닉 도웉 1, 일화(逸話)
앵 그위쉬 1, 고통:There had been a nurse in the emergency room for twenty years, but she had never gotten used to the anguish of accident victims.
애 너 마 써 티 3, 적개심<toward>
어 나 멀 리 2, 이례적인것
anomalous 어 나 멀 러쓰
앤 터 씨 던트 3, someone or something that went before; something that provides a model for something that came after it:Your parents and grandparents could be said to be your antecedent; they came before you.;The horse-drawn wagon is an antecedent of the model automobile.; The oil lamp was antecedent to the light bulb.; In grammar, the antecedent of a pronoun is the person, place, or thing to which it refers.; In the previous sentence, the antecedent of it is antecedent.
앤 티 퍼 띠 2, 반감<toward>
앤 티 떠 씨쓰 2, n.정반대
어 파할트 헤잍 2, 인종차별정책
애 퍼 뤼 점 1, a brief, often witty saying; a proverb:Benjamin Franklin was fond of aphorisms. He was frequently aphoristic.
어 파 커 맆쓰 2, a prophetic revelation, especially one concerning the end of the world:In strict usage, apocalypse refers to specific Judeo-Christian writings from ancient times, but most people use it more generally in connection with predictions of things like nuclear war, the destruction of the ozone layer, and the spread of fast-food restaurants to every corner of the universe. To make such predictions, or to be deeply pessimistic, is to be apocalyptic(어 파 커 맆 틱 4)
어 퍼 그뤄 펄(f) 2, 진위가의심스러운
어 파 띠 오우 씨쓰 4, an elevation to divine status; the perfect example of something:Some people think that the Corvette is the apotheosis of American car making. They think it's the ideal.; Geoffrey is unbearable to be with. He thinks he's the apotheosis of masculinity.
어 피즈 2, 진정시키다
값이 오르다
애 프뤄 헨 씹 3, 우려하는
애 프뤄 베이 션 3, 찬동:meet with general ~ 일반 대중의 찬동을 얻다
어 프로우 프뤼 에잍 2, to take without permission:Nick ~ed my lunch; he grabbed it out of my hands and ate it. So I ~ed his.; The deer and raccoons ~ed the vegetables in our garden last summer. This year we'll build a better fence.;to set aside for a particular use:When Congress decides to buy some new submarines, it ~s money for them. That is, it sets some money aside. The money thus set aside is called an appropriation.(정부지출금); When an elected official takes money that was supposed to be spent on submarines and spends it on a Rolls-Royce and a few mink coats, he is said to have misappropriated[미쓰 어 프로우 프리 에잍 3, 남용하다];When the government decides to build a highway throuhg your backyard, it expropriate[엑쓰 프로우 프리 에잍 2, 몰수하다]your property for this purpose. That is, it uses its offical authority to take possession of your property.
앺 터 투드 1, capacity for learning; natural ability:Princeton Review students have a marked aptitude for taking the SAT. They earn high scores.; I tried to repair my cars, but as I sat on the floor of my garage surrounded by mysterious parts, I realized that I had no aptitude foro automobile repair.; The opposite of aptitude is ineptitude
알 버 털 1, one whoh decides; a judge:A judge is an arbiter; An arbiter of fashion is someone who determines what other people will wear by wearing it herself.:An arbiter arbitrates, or weighs opposing viewpoints and makes decisions. The words arbiter and arbitrator mean the same thing. An arbiter presides over an arbitration, which is a formal meeting to settle a dispute.
알 버 트러 뤼 1, 임의의; 변덕스러운
알 케인 2, 극소수에게만알려진
알 케잌 2, extremely old; ancient; outdated:The tribe's traditions are archaic. They have been in force for thousands of years.; Archaic civilations are ones that disappeared a long time ago.; An archaic meaning of a word is one that isn't used anymore.
알 커 타잎 1, 원형(原型)(prototype)
알 주 어쓰 1, <일 등이> 고된
어 뤼스 더 크뤠 틱 4, 귀족인; 귀족의; 왕자병에걸린
아할트 풀 1, 교활한
opp. artless 꾸밈없는
아할 터 퍼스 1, a clever trick; cunning:The Trojan Horse was an artifice designed to get the soldiers inside the walls.:Mrs.Baker had to resort to artifice to get her children to take their bath: she told them that the bathtub was filled with sugar syrup and that they could drink it if they would take off their clothes and climb in.
어 쎈 던 씨 2, supremacy; domination:Small computers have been in ascendancy for the past few years:The ascendancy of the new regime had been a great boon for the economy of the tiny tropical kingdom.
어 씨 주 어쓰 2, 열심인
어 씨 멀 레잍 2, 자기것으로소화하다
어 스웨이쥐 2, <사람/두려움을> 안정시키다
어 스퉅 2, shrewd; keen in judgment:Morris was an astute judge of character; he was very good at seeing what people are really like:Amanda, who notices everything that is important and many things that other people don't see, is an astute observer.
어 트뤼쉬 언 2, gradual wearing away, weakening, or loss; a natural or expected decrease in numbers or size:Mr.Gregory did not have the heart to fire his workers even though his company was losing millions each year. He altruistically preferred to lose workers through attrition when they moved away, retired, or decided to change jobs.
어 대 써 티 2, 대담함; 낯두꺼움
어 스피쉬 어스 2, favorable; promising; pointing to a good result:A clear sky in the morning is an auspicious sign on the day of a picnic.;The first quarter of the football game was not auspicious; the home team was outscored by seventy points.
어 터 크뤠 틱 3, 독재적인
애 버 뤼쓰 1, 돈욕심
어 봐우 2, 솔직히인정하다<that>
어 벙 큘 럴 2, 옆집아저씨같은
어 롸이 2, 진로를벗어난; 일이꼬인;비뚤어진
액 씨 엄 1, 자명한이치`
버 날 2, / 베이 널 1, 진부한
n. banality
베인 poison; torment; cause of harm:Bane means poison (wolfbane is a kind of poisonous plant), but the word is usually used figuratively. To say that someone is the bane of your existence is to say that the person poisons your enjoyment of life. Baneful means harmful.
배스 천 1, 보루(堡壘) :Mrs.Garnett's classroom is a bastion of banality; that is, it's a place where originality seldom, if ever, makes its way inside; 성채 城砦:The robbers terrorized the village for several weeks, then escaped to their bastion high in the treacherous mountains.
비히 겥 2, 낳는다:Those who lie should be creative and have good memoriex, since one lie often begets another lie, which begets another.
비 레이 벌 2, 장황하게논하다
비히 리이 거러 2, 포위하다
비히 라이 2, to give a false impression of; to contradict
:Melvin's smile belied the grief he was feeling; despite his happy expression he was terribly sad inside.
:The messy appearance of the banquet table belied the huge effort that had gone into setting it up.
:His acts belie his words.
:Summer belies its name.
비히 리 털 2, 하찮게보이게하다
비히 뮤즈드 2, 어안이벙벙하여
베 너 팩 털 1, one who provides help, especially in the form of a gift or donation: To give benefits is to be a benefactor. To receive benefits is to be a beneficiary. People very, very often confuse these two words. It would be to their benefit to keep them straight. If your next-door neighbor rewrites his life insurance policy so that you will receive all his millions when he dies, then you become the beneficiary of the policy. If your neighbor dies, he is your benefactor.
A malefactor(맬 러 팩 털 1) is a person who does bad things.:Batman and Robin made life hell for malefactors in Gotham City.
비히 퀘스트 1, 유산
bequeath:유산으로 남기다:She ~ed no small sum of money to him.= She ~ed him no small sum of money.
버 뤼브드 2, deprived or left desolate(고독한), especially through death:The new widow was still bereaved when we saw her. Every time anyone mentioned her dead husband's name, she burst into tears.:The children were bereaved by the death of their pet. Then they got a new pet.:Bereft(버 뤠프트)2, means the same thing as bereaved.
비히 쎝 2, 괴롭히다; 골치를 앓게 하다; 포위당하다
블래스 퍼 미 1, n. irreverence; an insult to something held sacred; profanity:In the strictest sense, to commit blasphemy is to say nasty, insulting things about God. The word is used more broadly, though, to cover a wide range of nasty, insulting comments. To blaspheme(블래스 핌) is to use swear words or say deeply irreverent things. A person who says such things is blasphemous.
블라잍 a disease in plants; anything that injures or destroys:An early frost proved<으로 판명되다(turn out)
> a blight to the citrus crops last year, so we had no orange juice for breakfast.
블라이뜨 태평스런
불 주와 2, 중산계급 middle class, usually in a pejorative(경멸적인) sense; boringly conventional:The original bourgeoisie(불 주와우 지) were simply people who lived in cities, an innovation at the time. They weren't farmers and they weren't nobles. They were members of a new class--the middle class. Now the word is used mostly in making fun of or sneering at people who seem to think about nothing but their possessions and other comforts and about conforming with other people who share those concerns.
A hip young city dweller might reject life in the suburbs as being to bourgeois. A person whose dream is to have a swimming pool in his backyard might be called bourgeois by someone who thinks there are more important things in life. Golf is often referred to as a bourgeois sport.